Show players with the most points for selected events
Show Tournament Points for the Selected Tournament
Show Tournament Points for a Player
Tournament Points Documents
We are trying to train all tournament directors to turn in draw sheets complete with scores and a list of players with USAPA member numbers as soon as possible after each tournament.
The reason we need player member numbers is that we often have players with similar names and it is occurring more often as the sport grows. Without some identifying information on a player, it is often very difficult to be sure we are applying points to the correct player. That problem is compounded when the same player has his name misspelled in a couple of tournaments.
The draw sheets are also necessary in trying to decide what ratings a player should have, and if we should move their rating up or down. Also a draw sheet with scores is much more useful in trying to judge the strength of different teams than just knowing who won a match. If for example, a team wins 3 tournaments in the 4.0 division, it would appear that they may be too strong for the 4.0's. If the draw sheets show that they won every match quite easily and never lost a game, they might need to be moved up immediately. If, however, they lost several games and had several very close matches, then they are probably in the correct division even though they won. Without scores and draw sheets this is impossible to determine. It is not an easy task even when complete results are available.